Long-time B.A.S.S. member takes passion for competitive bass fishing to another level.
Jim Rogers, one of the original 106 anglers who fished in the first All American Bass tournament, on Beaver Lake, Ark., in 1967, has passed away at the age of 80.
The first 10 pounder and a long-standing biggest bass in B.A.S.S. history are just two of the St. Johns' claims to fame.
Former Classic champ Ken Cook utilizes BassGold.com data to predict how the 2012 Bassmaster Classic will be won.
Committing full time to the Bassmaster Tournament Trail at a late stage in his life is former Classic champion Charlie Reed's biggest regret of his career.
Anglers from as far away as Italy will gather in Tavares, Fla., to cure their cabin fever at the opening event of the season on Harris Chain of Lakes.
The history of B.A.S.S., Ray Scott, catch-and-release and B.A.S.S. Publications
Say what you want about today's trendy soft plastic baits, but when veteran anglers are after the biggest bite of the day, they reach for the venerable jig-and-pig.
New Hampshire's Joe Lucarelli is the winner of the 2005 CITGO Bassmaster Northern Open on Lake Champlain.
Denny Brauer is well on the road to recovery after having back surgery to relieve him from suffering a painful sciatic nerve problem.